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Topic # 206116 10-Dec-2016 09:48
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I have a 3G router and have noticed on occasion the internet has disconnected.

 

There is nothing I can find in router to suggest that it is the cause. Does anybody know if there is a maximum connection time or something else at Spark's end that would cause such a disconnect?

 

 

 

Thanks


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  Reply # 1685679 10-Dec-2016 11:38
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How often is occasionally?

You really need to provide more information cause if it's going offline early hours of the morning then it could be due to planned work

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  Reply # 1685958 11-Dec-2016 09:37
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Maximum session time is 24 hours for standard Mobile session. So you will be kicked every 24 hours and it should automagically reconnect.






 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1686285 12-Dec-2016 02:09
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Thanks mate. I will rig up some kind of keep alive.

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